The ACCC took the company to court for its practices when selling tickets to music, sport and theatre events, which have been the subject of customer complaints, industry backlash and court action overseas.
Adelaide motorists may have been conditioned to accept increasingly higher petrol prices, the RAA has warned, as regular unleaded spiked above $1.60 per litre this week with seemingly little public complaint.
The competition watchdog is taking Bupa Aged Care to court alleging that for more than a decade it charged residents for numerous expensive services it never provided.
The "Loom" scheme, an international online scam targeting young people through social media that sees most participants ending up "scamming" family and friends, is circulating in Australia.
Four men, one woman and a business called Vina Money Transfer have been charged with operating a criminal cartel and rigging the Australian dollar to Vietnamese dong exchange rate.
Mexican authorities are warning thousands of bottles of fake Tequila about to be auctioned in Australia as part of a $4 million fire sale "may cause injury if consumed" because consumers can not be sure what they contain.
Ticket reseller Viagogo says it is good for competition, despite thousands of complaints and some artists and venues banning its tickets.
An online electronics retailer is fined a record $3.15 million after it broke Australian consumer laws by failing to deliver, repair or refund mobile phones, cameras and other electronic goods to customers across the country.
The ABC's Malcolm Sutton chronicles his exhaustive battle to remain connected to the internet via ageing, rat-infested infrastructure while also trying to gain access to the NBN.
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